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THE WASHINGTON -TIMES. -.WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15.' IMS.
v" FOURTEEN XM-&& OPPORTUNITIES. ii I Uii r "3 (Continued t rojn First Fago.) dr whom Is four yeat Did, llosldca l;cnpng Hor wh Itonta .spot 'leas, .tly rnotHor tatfta in wal!lhff',und sewing. Through It nil nh ivv l8..uhn!ry nod bright, in all nor 1 X :'.. JvP'PC - hyp who. now that nho. has finished eoliool, I a "ttU malnr" lnrn". Dnn llttlo hov ia lamp, yp cheerily to Hohoof on his or.turti. This lad M nwlvijf alUn Ion from onftpf the hading aiirjftona In Ihe city, and Itrinero la tlon anything that can be .done to euro "lvo dollars a week or 8160 a for a year. Opportunity No. 6 Widow With Five Children. $416. Four yeara ngo thla distracted mother did not Know which way to turn. Ift ft widow with ftva children, tho mother was also handl rapped hy 111 health and poor iynlght reparation frpnt their mother and institutional faro for the children soem."d to her the only solution of her trouble. Frh-nds,. through her church and the dissociated Charities, have Kept tho horn" totf other until now. Tho plrture at present is a contented mollmr, surrounded by happy chil dren "doing verythnjr which Is mggestedfor their helpful do vnloprrient. and a neat llttlo houso In tho B'lburbs, Who.ro they cah add to their Incomo by raising vege-tablea. Tho chlldMn are making flno progress Jn rchool. The eldest, a boy of thirteen, wanta to became a cUnryman. Ulght dollars a week or $41$ a, year Vll) enable thla jrood work to ro on. Opportunity Np. 7 Blind Father and Four Children. ' $156. Anpther year at the colored tocatlonal training school will fit Martha for- her trade as a dressmaker: thon she will be able to help sup port her blind father and Httto sisters. Her arcd grandmother and oldor sister aro taHlnp: tho place of her dead mother. Together they woik. .lovingly and faithfully all day long and every day in tho vear In ordi'r to keep this Rood home togotht'r. Tho bread wlnnora of thla family ate all women, and they aro wlnnora. Indeed. When ihe. blc-hetvrfijrl eldest elator was asked what ehe Wanted Snntu ClatjB to bring her, she said: "Just something to Icoep tho pot boil ing while Martha Is learning her trnde." In order to keep the pot boiling Fanta Claiis will havo to put $3 each wek Into tha family stocking, while Martha is taking ntr lessons In preparedness; J158 a year Is needed. Opportunity No. 8 Old Grandmother, Two Grandchildren, 12 and 7 years. $260. On the little pension provided by the contributors to thls'Chrlstmaa opportunity this grandmother Is making a real home for her 'two grandchildren, twelve and seven sears. Under her excellent man , asrement the house Is always neat and clean and the children neatly dressed. They are both In school and enjoy It vnry much. After school they are always to he f und at home, helping their grand mother In llttlo tasks or plalng or utudylng. Both children are bright, we!l-manr. red and ambitious. Everything dono for them is deeply appreciated; In fact, the grandmother tells evory vlrltor how wonderful It Is that stranger should be doing so mr.ch for her and the chlldrnn. To have a share In the making of this. home Is to have' something well worth while. FIvo dvllara a week or $200f a year Is needed. l Opportunity No. 9 Bread Winner Dead of Tuberculosis, Widow and Six Children. $260. "When Uils home was entered by the dreaded white plague this family had money In the bank and werobuylng their homo.t A lorg, tedi ous. Illness, followed bv the death of the breadwinner, exhausted tuo supply ana now, berrt or wiuow.siBuiruKpunK 10 iduko a 'ldcst. es aoon to learn nlH trade, famHy income. The second, not to be outdone, works on Saturdays anfl earns enough to buy the baljy'a mlk. He Is ambitious to be a t-urpemor, ana snows mgxKea aouiiy. witn ner-larBO family. ho mother has little time for bread winning, but managaa to do a llttlo sewing, ,In addition to what they have, S5 a weekor $260 'a, year win pv pecosaary iv give vzot jrJatpiaB next year. Opportunity No. 10 -Widow and Three Children. $312.-' - A discouraged, worn out mother, paying the penalty of tuberculosis, with-which the children had already been Infected, was the condition when the family waa firt introduced to the Associated Charities. Now the frail mother and her three children form one of the hap piest family groups In Washington. The mother's cheerfulness n the face of adversity Is absolutely Inspiring and communicates Itself to everyone who comes In contact with her. The children v have all Improved In health and the only boy is developing Into a manly, fellow, trying hard to fit himself for tho work of supporting his mo.ther and slaters. Tho glrla of thirteen and fourteen are most Interesting and show tho result of a good mother's care. This has been accomplished because the Associated Charities has been able to assure the family of a regular Inoome. Six dollars a week or J3X2 a, year will be neceasaryJbi addition td, what Is already being done by other friends,, to continue this good work through the com ing year. , Opportunity No;'li:Frail Widow and 'two Children. $260. Tho heroes of our country as wall as In Europe are tho mothera at home, alone. This mother, a widow, still Is fighting to keep her home together. She has an arrested case of tuberculosis and la un able to do more than her household duties. Her two children -are bright and attractive. Their love for their mother makea hem willing to do anything to be with her. They are making excellent progress at school. The eldest, a girl of fifteen years, nqeds further tra-.nlnft If nho Is to contribute to hr mother's support later. Friends aro helping, but ?6 a week or $260 a year is needed. ' Opportunity No. 12 A Widow With Four Children Under 14. $520. This widow and hor KUlo brood of four children, under fourteen vears of age, are happy In their small cottage homo. Baby TV. Is a ' prize baby, and Mmgle, the oldost girl, is an honor pupil at school. tThp other two children aro just avrage, normal youngsters, all of vlinm you 'votild love to have In yopr own home. The fine, brave mother, whu has ruresffully Won out in her struggle to overcome the meat whit- plague, want, of coume, to keep hor llttlo ones un der her motljerly i-aro. 'With om help she can do so aid keep on polng about hor work in tho gnrdqn of her rottuge home with a jong In her heart ; ithnut your holp this now happy home will ho desolate Tor dollars a week or 1520 a year is needed to assure Its fafoty. Opportunity No. 13 Blind Mother, Partially Blind Father, Six Children, All Under Fourteen. $520. gainst heavy odds, but gamely, tho father and mother aro trying ,io keep their home together and edurate, their children, all under fourtvep. Tho father Is partially blind, and tho mother tpst her tight bv -accident. Tho children are healthy, bright and normal. Hie mother, with the help of the older ones, keeps a cheory home, w hat the father eiirns by upholstarlng and clmir c&nlng must bo J,.u.lH'1ta.?..b.y v1 ,r,a,.wcc to glv tho childrcu tho protection and training of a good home with their parents. Opportunity No. lWidow, Four Small Children. $312. Two stcrs ngo thls"widow with four llttlo children, first know what t. H 0vas to I,ave regular help in the struggle to keep her family 1 togethet. She had been desperate and facpd what seemed to her the next and only stop, pitting her children In an Institution. Friends., thiough the Christmas, Cppot tunltlts., came to the rescue. and Ktipp.tmented what she was able to make with sewing at home. Relatives helped all thoy qould. The family was moved Into more convenient quarters. Mrhr!nPrLh.twi ?" hft7'' ",ot, "?. without some tears and dis couragements to hersolf and her friends, today she says, "I know my children ere In bettor health. I know I can do mora and -am a v liel mther, beoaiiMs of help glvtm and Interest taken " Six tlol j Jars pel week or V 12 a year will Jk-Ip keep up this line courage. yr- Trainmen of Chicago Belt Line Go On Strike OinCACJO, Dec. :5.-l!undicds of freight trains were- tied up today when l.WQ engineers, llromen. and trainmen employed by tho Chicago belt lino rail way went, on ttrlKo. Not a train Is moving on the entire belt line, which taps all railroads en tering Chicago and furnishes transpor tation for 'hundreds of factories. Mu nitions and supplies for Kuronean cov- rnments aro nmong the shipments, (lUUCU. Grafonola and Records $1.00 Down Will Place Any Grafonola , In Your Home. Hugo Worch 1110 G St. N. W. si u. worn 8ho la asMMoil 3 iqo ciuem but. With Ilia mntht-r'jWBlllrlt. ' l JI10 inniin-r jp tho lameness, tt wjll h-j done.; ear wilt koco thu home together an unusually gova hu3band, this noma ror ni-r six muft on 98. The ft At nreaiint hn la hlnln- ulth li cheer to tills family ;:pS days Pian OS PLAYER PIANOS, GRAFONOLAS, Specially Selected for the Holidays. SPECIAL PRIGES. Special Terms. Open Evenings. ($ 3c Iffffg OHAFONOLAS LM Hum nccoRos yVV tfpEO. B. KENNE0YB W miccaMoq to IflLlI W PIANOS ANOi ORGANS Jw WfV.905TReeTN.W. ff s? BREWERIES UNABLE TO CLOSE SALOONS Seorotary of United Societies x 'Cites difficulties of Closing Chicago's Illegal Bars. CHIOGO. Dec. 15-Atth6Uch ho ad mitted tho existence of Illegally opor-. atod aaloons, A. J. Cermhk, secretary of the United Societies, todas' declared It is Imposlblo to eradicate thorn through fcrowory co-operation. Co,rmah conceded the Inability of mu nicipal governments to stamp out sa loons with TCd light tendencies. Ho admitted It might bo boaslblo to stamp out such caloons'by browerles refusing to sell to them. No such mtvo has been started, however, because of com plications Involved. "In Chicago there are flftx-two brew eries." said Cer-r.:.. ur these ten are owned by the satoonkeepcrs. Of tho re maining forty-two there rtrc many who would knowingly sell to Illegitimate places. Even If nil the city breweries refused to sell such places, others would. Competition la too keon." vermak denied that many saloon II cenaes aro ovned byVbrewerfes. Ho 4ld thnt whero this condition existed, for the protoctlon of tho brewer?, or whero brewers owned buildings or fixtures that woud glvo them a levcrago over saloon keepers, he did not believo the law was being broken. - n.Mb.,i.c,'tK'. h0 .Emitted, might "smko out ' the Illegal saloonkeeper. Wldo ad vertisement of tho co-operation of tho !J.(Jl,orAntf,reflU'. ,n movement to stamp out the Illegal saloon might help, ho DEMANDS INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS REPORTS Frank ' P. Walsh Asks That De liberations of Body Be Pub lished oy Congress Demanding to know whether the re ports of tho Commission on Industrial Relations "shall bo, thrownaway In order w.aj.v.ongress-mayoruer one adltlopal 12- Inch eun. "tho Committee on Induatrlnl Relations, headed by Frank p. Walsh, 5at..you?,r actress, and sho Is further Issued a statement today on having tho 2!fi.B.'ils.hcduas tha on,,y ctresa that commission, report printed by Congress ?.?" i,0? ,".onfffl, .Jnterpolated In and distributed. Trilby which tho lrl sings by hyp- It Is demanded lhat the report be pub-1 m?"?!","! ' Svcngall. other at llshed In order that tho people may UafL"B.. ?!" , C0,'"''' and Irene have tho trifth about Industrial condl- lr"trt,V Lnihr "ff'JK1 '?ethida: Lola tlons. It declares this Is Iabor'a,blg ?"?." ?mJ r,ra"k Otto In "Wards of Issue in Washington this winter. ' Ai'''nHMrY. QXM "'Baron Tho statemont declares organised Ia- ?"!.? th, lrclV: 1 Carmine Fabrltlo. bor is a unit for the publication of the i Xm,erlv f Jho Boston Symphony Or report and that champions of "special S,cs,r,a: Ba"k?f? ond lro In'dance In prjvilcgo and Industrial tyranny" and Sa!,lon8i ,?ul1,ey nnd Fitrberald In a members who aro indifferent stand in f.0?",?!'. fkiti,thc coV7 s.eah "pny the wav. , i!,n.8lcr: the pipe organ recitals, and thn "lADor-B reprosentailvea will Insist L,Zf til VD1,' that national preparedness demands In- mntlnco will begin at 3 duatrlnl luatlnn m,l ll. nnn. .t... ... -'" dustrlal lustlco and tho peace that will come only with Justice." asserts tho statement. .. V ..".. """ """; jo urging mo wnuo the commlttco Is ursine- the pi uucacion or tne commission report, labor bodies everywhere aro bombarding ""6" uisuii ua puDiiction aiso. Baltimore Educator To Lecture on Peace "Instead pf War" will be "the subiect ot an address which Prof. Elbert Rua sell, of Johns Hopkins University, will deliver at the First Congregational I Church, Tenth and G utreeta northwest, on bundoy afternoon at 3: 'JO o'clock. The 'octuro will bo given under the auspices ui ,uu iiuoiiniKion i-eace fccieiy. Father, With One Arm, Rescues 7 From Flames PLYMOUTH. Pa.. Pec. IS. Bentnmlrt Rychesky, who has only ono arm. saved hla wife and six chlldretf from death ln namos in East Plymouth. Ho dragged a mattress from tho bed and dropped It from tho window. Ho took his wife ond Infant baby by tho head and let them fall safely to tho mattress. Then he dropped each, of the children, and finally saved himnMf by jumping. Tho house was destroyed. M. PHILLIPS International Book and Stationery Store 12237th St. N.W. Let a COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA Play your MERRY CHRISTMAS MUSIC Call in and get our s p e c ial Christmas record lists, or send us . your name and address and we'll mail these lists to you. Open ?iSi A!m Evening V Syrfay Attractions Coming to Capital Theaters Tho Bclasco Theater announce! for Thursday, Filday, and Saturday of the week of December a), a how offering by Oliver Morocco, cnttlecV "Thd Cln dcrolla Man." To the present time, no further Information concerning tho nw production Is given. vMftm'sollc." o French farce, Is to hi) presented by tho Poll Player.? noxt week, beginning Monday afternoon. Tho play Is staged In threo aoU and flvo scejfcs. Tho principals In an amus ing story lncludo Mary, a lovelorn do, mestlc: Itobert Princhard, a Jealous lawyer's clerk: T. Tarllngton Tuppcr, a snubbed husband: Lionel Leslie, a wor ried bachelor; Mrs. Louis Tupper, a bored wife: Tojnette. a French song bird: tho Great Flour dn Lis. a song bird of two continents; Francois, a mys terious French-American: Col. Ulram Poster, a Prosperous manager,, and James, a ublaultous butler. ' AS the National Press club has en gaged the theater for Monday night, there will bo no nerformanco of "Mam'sella" that evening. Patrons who haye already purchased tickets for Mon day night mav exchange them for any other time during tho week. ,DaVo Marlon's magnificent offering entitled "Around Hho World," comes to the Gayety Theater as tha nttmrtlnn r next week. ' This season Mr. Marlon's production Is In two acts and eleven scenes. Mr. Marlon, as "Snuffy,' la tho bright par ticular star of tho organization; and Is ably supported by &' strong company. Tho cast Includes Barney Fagan, Bert Grant. Frank 8hstid, Agnes Buhler, Henrietta Hrron. Inez Dnvonlsr Tin.u -Alack, James Deltrlch. Alf Harrington, Mile. Bartolettl, the famous European uanccr; and tho Aiion Four. A large beauty chorus of twenty-six girls will sing anu dance numerous musical num bers. During the action of the play several vaudeville specialties will be In troduced. Following her triumph as "Trilby" in tho recent American all-star revival, Phyllis Ncllscn-Tcrry, niece of Ellen Terry, Is, by arrangement with he ' m,anJcer- Joseph Brooks, to be seen at n iicuu ui ug i;nriimaa dhi at toe IJ. F. Keith Thentor Mlta w.ll..n. 'rorr2L!ftoffer,nc th melodies she sang ffld hy1" &S?a.SS from "Romeo and Juliet." Sh u im Kdlth King, as Friar Lawrence and Ladi "caDirtaiLMiaa . Terry i. rcirard n. wi-i.PHU.. lit Pathe news plctoral. The Christmas Instead of . in. Next 8undaVs concert Includes ertM"cFarlae- the Belllt Bijou Orand Onera nomnanv t ,.!,. rr"ir.. j nii Di::"' .'.'"" -'i;yoniioii i "3 i; " "i,""K,J "' ""-''on and Fuller, tod tno. other hltst the' current pro- I Tll?1, f.?,lK day" or thla week I,ou TelJeraf will be ceen on u, t v Columbia TheateV r the Jesse U tasky production. "The Unkntnvn ' a gripping dntma of the famous Foreign i Region, an organliatlon statlone.i in ' fturena. wnero princes rub shoulders with, murderers; thlcvea have fniTht S.Idm J Mi S'iKm huy; h$ro I whatbe8 was" 'fftoW' com'e?Lofu-r '"'"sen hk an I'.ngnsn ne er do well, l The cantain of his comnnnv u imimn ??" 5ey.n rlm " In thb photodrnma Mr. Tcllecen is seen In a character en tirely different from anything ho has. filayed heretofore either on the speak ng stage or on Ue screen. Starting on Monday morning and oon- Gome In Today and Get the New Selections FredS.LmcoIn mutrvurit llferllHfi eCOr(JS lMflj BTOwvIEj 612 Twelfth St. N. W. Bet. V and G tlnulng throughout tho first thrco days of next wcelc.Aiaolyn Arhuckto will bo seon In the, title rolo of "Tho Reform Candidate." which Is a scrorn version of Mr. Arbucltlo'M former stdge huccois of the same name. Tho comody is sparkling with human interest, ucn as this popular star has made famous on stacto and screen. 1 In Theii Tho tMtlt Washington to require introduction or comment upon his wonderful art His program has not been announced, Tho musical club's of Yale University, celebrating their fiftieth anniversary this year, will give a concert at the Raleigh Saturday nlaht at 8 o'clock. Tho glee, banjo, and mandtlnn clubs are well up to tho htah standard set in tho past, and from New Havencome re ports, that tho concert thla year Is to excel all others given. New songs and. old son of Talo will be on tho program- QUITS DRAWING TO GO INTO BURLESQUE! Don Barclay Tells of Why He Went from Newspaper Of fice to Stage. Acting as an antldoto for chronic car toonltls la how Don Barclay, comedian-In-chief of the "Maids of America," at the Gayety thls-week, explains his d ing In burlesquo vrather than, a news paper office drawing caricatures. Bar clay was employed for a long .time as special artist with a San VYanciact) newspaper. He waa sent orie night to the Orpheum Theater, in San Francisco, to make some character sketches of tho actors and actresses. Ho oecamo Paderewnkl will give his onlv recital Washington at tho New National iter Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. iun tilanlHt ia too wall Known to r- : j& : n " v Let the Columbia Grafonola furnish the music this Christmas! There never was aChristmas without music and you never had a Christmas with such music as the Columbia Grafonola can bring ! In place of the old-time Christmas waits caroling an ancient hymn or two, you have at your command this Christmas "All the Music of All the World, and Most of the Fun of it, too." 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